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In Intershop 7/Intershop Commerce Management, the REST framework serves as the foundation for RESTful web services APIs. The REST framework acts as an additional access layer on top of the application layer. Specific APIs (back office, storefront, integration services, customer-specific applications, etc.) can be defined on top of this REST layer.
|Title||Product Version||Product To Version|
|Concept - REST API Error and Info Messages (v1)||7.10|
|Concept - REST Framework|
|Concept - REST Framework (valid to 7.3)|
|Concept - REST Services Authorization||7.9|
|Cookbook - REST API Versioning||7.10|
|Cookbook - REST Framework|
|Cookbook - REST Framework (7.6 - 7.8)|
|Cookbook - REST Framework (Guice Based)||7.10|
|Cookbook - REST Framework (valid to 7.4 CI)|
|Cookbook - REST Framework 7.5|
|Cookbook - REST Services Authorization||7.9|
|Guide - Checkout Implementation Based on RESTful API|
|Guide - Create a New Storefront REST Resource||7.10|
|Guide - REST Style Guide|
|Guide - Using Postman API Development Environment||7.9|
|Support Article - Prevent “Can not get Computed Shipping Bucket Item” Errors With REST in a Cluster||7.4 CI||7.5.2|
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